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How can i open the .db file . The .db file is generated from eclipse(android) form DDMS–>File explorer–>data—>data–>packagename–>database….?

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Questions:

The .db file is generated from eclipse(android) form DDMS–>File explorer–>data—>data–>package name–>database….?
Then select the database and click push a file from device and save it as .db file….How can i view this data base…

How to&Answers:

If I Understood correctly you need to view the .db file that you extracted from internal storage of Emulator. If that’s the case use this

http://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlitebrowser/

to view the db.

You can also use a firefox extension

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-us/firefox/addon/sqlite-manager/

EDIT: For online tool use :
https://sqliteonline.com/

Answer:

One of the way to browse your database is to use questoid sqlite manager.

# 1. Download questoid manager from this link .

# 2. Drop this file into your eclipse –> dropins.

# 3. Restart your eclipse.

# 4. Now go to your file explorer and click your database. you can find a blue database icon enabled in the top right corner.

# 5. Double click the icon and you can see ur inserted fields/tables/ in the database

Answer:

Download this Sqlite manager its the easiest one to use
Sqlite manager

and drag and drop your fetched file on its running instance

only drawback of this Sqlite Manager it stop responding if you run some SQL statement that has Syntax Error in it.

So i Use Firefox Plugin Side by side also which you can find at FireFox addons

Answer:

Depending on your platform you can use: sqlite3 file_name.db from the terminal. .tables will list the tables, .schema is full layout. SQLite commands like: select * from table_name; and such will print out the full contents. Type: “.exit” to exit. No need to download a GUI application.Use a semi-colon if you want it to execute a single command. Decent SQLite usage tutorial http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2012/09/sqlite-command-examples/